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Does anybody know if '99 SVT lightning rims fit a '93 Ford lightning? Or if there is a kit to change the bolt pattern on a '93 Lightning to a '99 lightning? Or if they make aftermarket '99 SVT Lightning rims to fit a '93 Lightnings?
my sugestion is to call the local dealer and ask em the bolt pattern of the 99's. If Ford kept the same pattern for the 90's trucks it should be 5 x 5.5". The new trucks use bigger rims so i would think that the pattern is different...i dont know..but instead of lookin for a kit...which would put you out lots of $ and not to mention involved to change out, keep an eye out for the rims for your style/year truck. They are a great set and i am sure you are not the only one to think of this, so might want to do some digging. Heck i even saw an Audi with Cobra R rims today! haha cant say it didnt look bad....hoped i helped!
Dan "Mudinford" MacDonald
'86 Ford F150 300 I6. Converted to monobeam, 38" Tires, tons of motor mods to make it all work, 9" Swap with 5.13 Gears, C-6 Trans, NP-208
I believe Ford is using a metric bolt pattern on the newer light duty trucks. We tried putting a set of take off 17" off road wheels on an older F-150 and the patterns were just a hair off. It reminds me of the 390mm rims Ford put on the early 80's Mustangs. Just a hair off from 15"
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